NADA Auto Show 2013 from Sep 11
The premier and exclusive event on automobile, spare parts and accessories “NADA Auto Show 2013” is going to be held at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall, Kathmandu from September 11 to 15, 2013.
Organising a press conference in the capital on Monday, Nepal Automobile Dealers' Association (NADA) informed that the exhibition is kicking off with a slogan ‘Day out for the family’, offering a comfortable and fun filled day out experience for a family, group and individual visitors.
The exhibition is jointly organised by NADA and Global Exposition & Management Services Pvt. Ltd.
“Considering the visitors' comfort and interest there will be different sections for 2-wheelers, 4-wheelers and commercial vehicles to cater to the need of the segmented as well as general visitors. Along with these, the exhibition will also have stalls of new technological developments, spare parts, lubricants, tyre, generator, garage equipments, battery and other accessories,” reads the press statement issued by the organisers.
Similarly, the exhibition will also feature the stalls of banks, after sales services, insurance, auto magazines and newspapers in order to make the exhibition more informative, service friendly and consumer oriented, informed the organisers.
NADA said that there will be around 100 stalls and blocks of national and international brands including from Nepal, India, China, Korea, Japan, America, Germany and Czech Republic. All together 45 exhibitors including eight brands of 2-wheelers, twelve brands of 4-wheelers, financial institutions, lubricants, garage equipments, spare parts and other accessories will participate during the event, it added.
Likewise, different participatory and interactive programmes such as Talk Show, Quiz, Traffic information, Live Corner among others will be carried out throughout the exhibition, said NADA, adding that the exhibition will also have children fun zone, food stall, photo exhibition as well as different entertainment programs by the exhibitors.
The organisers have also expected around 50,000 visitors during the event. nepalnews.com